English to Igbo Meaning :: reiteration

Reiteration :
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Verb(1) to say, state, or perform again

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(1) May I reiterate comments made four years ago, which I will repeat with monotonous regularity until something is done about it.(2) Rehabilitation is a reiterative , active, educational, problem solving process focused on a patient's behaviour, with the following components.(3) But while the research is taking place, the Department of Health is reiterating its precautionary advice on the use of mobile phones.(4) And mortgage brokers are now reiterating the basic premise that any loans will affect the size of a mortgage a lender will allow.(5) The emphasis on technical skill was reiterated again and again in the Kennedy household.(6) But the Burnley boss insists he is still keeping one eye on the opposite end of the table after reiterating that survival remains his number one target.(7) He said the board was making progress towards a decision on the future of the bank's UK operation, reiterating that retention rather than divestment was on the agenda.(8) I must commend the writers of the two letters in your June 30th issue reiterating the need for abortion rights for women.(9) The media also vividly portrayed the emotional sequel of the disaster reiterating the importance of emotional support and psychological interventions.(10) But the Commission's latest offer reiterates clearly that the EU is not prepared to contribute to a new agreement at any price.(11) Officials at Sligo General Hospital are reiterating an apology to a patient who received the wrong medication on being discharged.(12) It pledged that there would be no more problems, and Liz received a letter the following day reiterating this.(13) Other reiterations appear in the documentation related to indigenous peoples.(14) Indicating a constant testing of the consciousness of survival, this reiterative process of deferral is what paradoxically shapes and undermines the narrative.(15) The resolution also includes a clause reiterating an existing law that prevents more than four unrelated persons from living together in one house or duplex.(16) The children signed cards reiterating that they would be around for their elders in their times of need.
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